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The United States is deeply troubled by the ongoing suppression of human rights in Russia.
Today we mark the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, which launches the “16 Days of Activism Campaign Against Gender-Based Violence.
We remain deeply concerned by reports of unusual Russian military activity near Ukraine.
Response to the Special Representative and Coordinator on Combatting Trafficking in Human Beings, Val...
The United States welcomes OSCE Special Representative and Coordinator on Combating Trafficking in Human Beings Val Richey back to the Permanent Council.
OSCE Group of Friends on Safety of Journalists on the Report of the OSCE Representative on Freedom of...
We remain deeply concerned by the targeting of women journalists, online and offline, and thankful to the RFoM and her staff for their continued focus…
The United States takes freedom of the press seriously and is thankful for the invaluable role journalists play in a free society.
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Remarks to Participants of OSCE Briefing on the Extrabudgetary Project on combating corruption in South-Eastern...
Combating corruption is central to the OSCE’s mandate and the organization’s comprehensive view of security.
We definitely support the idea of the OSCE finding a way to use our mandate to be responsive to the situation that we see in…
Statement in Response to the Minsk Group Co-Chairs, Personal Representative of the CIO on the Minsk Conference,...
We are committed to helping the sides find comprehensive solutions to all remaining issues related to or resulting from the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
Belarus must cease these actions, commit to regional stability, abide by international law, and reestablish good relations with its neighbors. This can be the only path forward.
We call on Russia to allow the SMM to fulfill its mandate and monitor throughout Ukraine.
The suffering and hardships faced by people living in conflict-affected areas of Georgia have gone on for far too long.
As a start, we urge Georgia’s leaders to enact and implement all the remaining reforms recommended by ODIHR, the Venice Commission, and other international experts.
President Biden supports legislatively ending the death penalty at the federal level and incentivizing states to do so as well.
Violence and the threat of violence against journalists and other media actors are on the rise.
It is unfortunate that we no longer have our Public Affairs Section or our USAID offices in Minsk, because these were opportunities for dialogue.
We remain deeply concerned by the Lukashenka regime’s continued repressive actions to silence dissent and crack down on civil society, as evidenced by decisions taken…